CO-FINANCED BY: KUJAWSKO-POMORSKIE REGION, MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND NATIONAL HERITAGE FROM PROMOTION OF CULTURE FUND AND POLISH FILM INSTITUTE
COME TO CAMERIMAGE AND "GET NOTICED"!
Sunday November 8th, 2015
"Get Noticed as a Professional Film Artist" discussion panel will be one of the events taking place during the 23rd edition of the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography CAMERIMAGE. We sincerely invite everyone to participate!
AS A PROFESSIONAL FILM ARTIST!
A PANEL DISCUSSION WITH EXPERIENCED
AGENTS FOR EMERGING TALENTS
Each year the number of up-and-coming artists who wish to work in the film industry grows. How does one stand out from the crowd? How does one attract the attention of the best agents and get noticed? A lot of young creators ask themselves these questions and CAMERIMAGE, as a festival with years of experience in scouting and promoting talents, would like to help guests to find the answers to those questions.
Get Noticed is a unique panel that brings together representatives of talent agencies both from Europe and the US who specialize in commercials and music videos, but also those whose areas of expertise are feature films, TV movies, TV Pilots, and TV series.
During the discussion panel we will explain how to get an agent, how an agent–artist collaboration works, and what projects to choose at the beginning of your career to brand yourself.
Get Noticed draws crowds of young artists hungry for advice, because it is a great opportunity to meet professionals and exchange experiences. If you’re wondering how to build your reel, how long it should be and what it should contain, or how agents scout talents and what makes them want to meet a filmmaker, this is the place to be! Get Noticed is all about practical knowledge on how to boost your career.
Thursday, 19.11., 21:00
Opera Nova Congress Centre,
Opera Nova Congress Centre,
1st Floor, Seminar Room
Jonathan Silverman – in.trin.sic. (moderator)
Managing partner and co-founder of in.trin.sic, which represents many artisans, including Game Of Thrones’ cinematographer Anette Haellmigk, Mad Men’s editor Tom Wilson; Bessie’s cinematographer Jeff Jur, and Warsaw 44’s cinematographer Marian Prokop, just to name a few.
Ann Murphy - ICM
Agent at ICM since 2008, the agency represents such great cinematographers as Benoît Debie, Emmanuel Lubezki, Rodrigo Prieto and Eduard Grau.
Robert Arakelian - UTA
Agent at United Talent Agency, his field of expertise is commercials, he represents Phedon Papamichael, among others.
Danica Pupa – Dattner Dispoto and Associates
Agent whose field of expertise is motion picture and TV, recently signed Quyen Tran, cinematographer of The Automatic Hate by Justin Lerner. The agency represents such filmmakers as Christian Berger, Phil Meheux, Arthur Reinhart and Piotr Sobociński Jr.